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Marta On the Move a podcast/blog featuring sit down conversations with people that have something interesting to share from Pittsburgh, PA and beyond, travel advice, food/drink, and general nerdery. Marta On The Move has been featured on KDKA News Radio, Star 100.7, Empowering Women's Radio, Drinking Partners, Red Horse Radio, and Yinzperation. Guests have included Mayor Bill Peduto, Peter Max, Tom Savini, Byron Nash, Rachel Carlson, and many more. Twitter- @icantfindmarta Facebook -Marta On ...
 
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You know her name, and her amazing personality from the hit show Trading Spaces on TLC. Paige Davis hasn't stopped since being cast in the show in 2014. She has starred on Broadway, and you have seen her on Ellen, Oprah, Entertainment Tonight and more. In 2018 she rejoined as host for the Trading Spaces reboot, and I was so pumped to be able to cat…
 
Friend Will Clower and his wife sold everything and bought a boat to sail around the world. They have been on this vessel for almost two years. I had to have him on the show to hear about how they are dealing with coronavirus right now, and also how islands are working through food, drink and supply shortages. I also secretly would love to do what …
 
Patrick Page is the leading man of stage and screen. Known for his sultry and sexy bass vocals that bring texture to any character he touches. I could not wait to catch up with him during his social distancing and find out what he has been up to. I am completely blessed to have viewed Patrick in Hadestown twice in New York, shortly before he was no…
 
For the live video podcast head to Marta on the Move website Patrick Page is the leading man of stage and screen. Known for his sultry and sexy bass vocals that bring texture to any character he touches. I could not wait to catch up with him during his social distancing and find out what he has been up to. I am completely blessed to have viewed Pat…
 
I have been adding video podcasts in addition to my audio casts for Marta on the Move. I do it all myself (snooze) so I will be limiting the amount of words on these blog posts. Besides, you came for the audio/video anyways. :) Today I connect with Elsa Santos owner of Azorean Cafe in Pittsburgh, PA. Elsa is from the Azores in Portugal, and while I…
 
Yeah well, this episode was supposed to be released first, but it ended up being second, and honestly... nobody knows what day it is anyways, so it doesn't matter. Moving on! My friend Barbara is in her native country of Spain in the Capital city of Madrid currently. She has been there since her mom passed away from Cancer in February. Barbara and …
 
Yeah well, this episode was supposed to be released first, but it ended up being second, and honestly... nobody knows what day it is anyways, so it doesn't matter. Moving on! My friend Barbara is in her native country of Spain in the Capital city of Madrid currently. She has been there since her mom passed away from Cancer in February. Barbara and …
 
Yes, this is a HUGE leap for Marta, folks. She is a moron about figuring out technology, but many thanks to the huge help of friends, namely Brad over at Leveling Up Your Game, I was able to achieve this. This aren't really interviews, they are meant to be travel inspirations. We will sometimes chat about food, wine, living like a local, what they …
 
Trying something new for the year of travel inspirations. Talks with folks around the world and how they are holding up. Just checking in and making connections. For this, I couldn't do just audio, it didn't feel strong enough, I went to video. Yes, this is a HUGE leap for Marta, folks. She is a moron about figuring out technology, but many thanks …
 
Joe Groom is a Pittsburgh artist who owns a company called Paint Monkey. A studio where locals and travelers can come be creative. Check them out at their homestead location. www.beapaintmonkey.com https://abnb.me/in2pKToKV4
 
Artist Joyce Werwie Perry on the Art Gallery Airbnb. Joyce is a knife painting oil artist located in Pittsburgh. Her work has been featured around the country. Check it out at the James Street Gallery or over at www.joycewerwieperry.com Book at stay at the Artist's Gallery in Pittsburgh offering an interactive and immersive experience for it's gues…
 
#134 Jennifer Link - How to live a Minimalist Traveling Lifestyle and Travel Fulltime for Work. Hey all! Sorry to take such a long break, but winter and my onesie were calling to me to chill out for a bit and slow down. I am back and super pumped to talk about the theme for this year for the podcast which is all about travel. This year, will be int…
 
Tis the season I say for giving and kindness. There is no better guest I can think of than Nick Atkins. If you happen to see a man wearing a kilt around town, that is probably Nick. Long beard, usually rocking a hat and kilt, and a distinct pair of socks. Bright pink ankle socks with moustaches strewn upon them. I was introduced to Nick through a m…
 
#132 Actor Chazz Palminteri talks about his musical A Bronx Tale When I was younger, being Italian and having an older brother mean that I got to watch movies I never would have gotten away with at my age. Namely, a good bit of gangster themed flicks. One name I grew up watching was "Chazz" Palminteri. You knew his voice before you even saw him on …
 
#131 Two Days in London- What to see, eat, drink, and skip. So you decide to take a quick dip into London. I hear you! My hubby and I recently returned from a trip that included two days in London, and then we took the Eurostar train to France and spent the last 7 days of the trip in the Normandy region and then finished in Paris. We split this tri…
 
#130 Jessica Anne Marino from JamDancer Pittsburgh There are some times you just want to dance. if you are me, that just happens to be about 80% of the time. I love moving my body and rocking out letting loose and being free. I had always wanted to be a dancer when I was a kid but maybe I started late, maybe I was too pudgy, or maybe the scene with…
 
#129 Brian Edward from Burgh Vivant When you meet humans that have your same tastes it is the best feeling in the world. I had a feeling when I danced with Brian Edwards at the City Theatre Gala that I had to get to know him better. He may be one of the only people I have met that has more interests than I do, and that is a compliment because I tru…
 
#128 Costa Rica Guanacaste Region Tips I am extremely late with this post,(actually I forgot to post it how fun!) but wanted to record an episode about my husband and I's trip to Costa Rica. I left early for this trip and volunteered for a sea turtle conservation project (more on that later), and then met up with Phil afterwards. Costa Rica is a fa…
 
#127 Billy Kidd- Rockin Female Magician I grew up thinking of all magicians as male, I am sure most of us have. It is the way they have been portrayed through media through stories, and truly it HAS in history been a man's occupation. The top hat, the goatee, and infamous coat was imbedded in my psyche from childhood until today. 2700 bc marks a ma…
 
#126 Gardening in Pittsburgh with Kyle Ethan Fischer Spring is here! Do you feel it? Are you, like me, pacing around your garden looking for the newest bulbs to blossom, or perennials to possibly return? Do you mutter to yourself the following questions- "Is my lavender coming back? It better be!", "What the hell did I plant here?", "What else can …
 
#125 Chuck Leavens from WZUM talks Pittsburgh Jazz Pittsburgh has a rich history in Jazz, that I am embarrassed to say that I didn’t know about until the past few years. In the 20’s and 30’s we were a haven for artists and a blossoming ground for talent that influenced jazz history around the city. It came from New Orleans on the river boats with t…
 
#124 Ryan O Shea Technology is scary. As I am drinking my new addicting matcha with almond milk, and typing on my laptop that I desperately need to A. Update, or B. Buy a new one. I say to myself NOOOOO keep it the same. Marta! I am terrified of the unknown, the new gadget, the learning and stretching of my brain that I cannot control, and frankly …
 
#123 Real Time Interventions All around us in Pittsburgh there are refugees that are displaced in our city, trying to make a home, adapt to our Pittsburgh lifestyle, and also keep their roots and traditions alive and vibrant. Some woman are trying to do that by opening an Afghan restaurant in the city and are raising funds for it. Enter Real Time I…
 
#121 Fair Moans Pittsburgh How about an episode that is JUST in time for the commercially popular Valentines Day! Woot! I myself am not the greatest fan of Feb 14th, but I do love a day that reminds you to love with all you got and to appreciate those around you. I also get really excited when some of my topics fall right into place perfectly timed…
 
#121 We Are The Weirdos We Are The Weirdos instantly had me hooked by it's name. I consider myself to be quite the weirdo, and wear that badge proudly. When I heard there was an event in town that shines light on others like myself, I knew I had to have whoever was behind it on the show. Enter Jamie Fadden Cannon! We Are The Weirdos celebrates wome…
 
#120 Meditation With Tim Krupar for 2019 Hey everyone! We are back for 2019. I hope everyone's 2018 and holiday season was wonderful, peaceful, and full of family and friends. My husband had the best idea to start off 2019 with some well wishes and a calm mind for the universe. You all know I love floating, and a good meditation that I could share …
 
Tim Krupar from Sit and Breathe in Pittsburgh comes on the show to welcome 2019 with a 20 minute guided meditation to promote wellness, happiness and peace. Meditation only with ambient sounds to start. Join us on Jan 2nd at 12pm across the globe to promote peace and happiness with this meditation.Marta On The Move による
 
#119 4th Annual True Spooky Stories of Pittsburgh It's that time again! Thank you to everyone who came out to indulge us in our fun antics, and unearthing of stories that not many people know about in our hometown of Pittsburgh. We have so much fun putting on this event for the public, so thank you for your continued support. If you would like to t…
 
#119 Dan White Magician Halloween is right upon us and one of the best things to do around this time in my mind is seeing a magic show. I have visited The Magic Castle in LA, and have chatted with Lee Terbosic in Pittsburgh. This time I took my curious nature to New York to chat with Dan White who has a residency in The Nomad Hotel for his show "Th…
 
#117 Cinema Psychos Show Podcast October is here (my goodness it came way too early) which means I am knee deep into the lead up to Halloween features for the show, and discovering all sorts of horror movies to watch. I have a special affinity for B horror films, and love finding new ones. When I was younger I always wanted to be a film critic. I h…
 
Gemma Hoskins From "The Keepers" on Netflix This is the lead up to Halloween in which I feature different themes revolving around this holiday. Stories about facing your fears, spooky stories, psychics, magic, murder, and more have been featured, and I could not wait to release this episode. There was once a suggestion on Netflix given to me by a f…
 
#115 Maria Vincenzia La Monica- Cancer Survivor and Bad Ass The lead up to Halloween is always my favorite time of year. It gives me something to look forward to while I know in the back of my mind that the evenings are getting darker earlier, the sun isn’t as warm as the days go by, and the ever approaching winter will be here before you know it. …
 
#114 Eating and Drinking in Barcelona This summer Phil and I visited the famed city of Barcelona. We were not prepared with how this city hangs. We arrive late one evening, and decided to hit the town, staying out well past 2am. Little did we know, the city awakens around 11pm and stays up all night long. Trying to keep pace with the locals, we qui…
 
#113 Rob Lee Co-Founder of Pittsburgh's ESports Team-The Knights Ever dream of being a professional video game player when you were a kid? Yeah, join the club. Everyone wanted that! After the movie The Wizard in the 80’s kids, (and probably grown ups) thought that would be the most spectacular dream ever. Well folks, guess what Marta didn’t know. M…
 
#112 Drinking Partners Podcast- Day Bracey and Ed Bailey Talk about Fresh Fest Some of my absolute favorite comedians and friends to talk to are back on my show. If you listened to the episode already, you probably heard me snorting from Ed Bailey and Day Bracey, hosts of The Drinking Partners Podcast. We are all Epicast family, so we have been fre…
 
#111 Greywalker Metal Band- Brian Howe and Ricky Zimerman When someone asks me to describe metal music, I can't. I know zero, zip, ziltch about metal bands. I have a friend in Pittsburgh who is part of the Epicast family named Brian Howe that intrigued me when I found out he is the lead singer of a metal band in Pittsburgh called Greywalker. Brian …
 
#109 Author Thomas Sweterlitsch -The Gone World Pittsburgh author Thomas Sweterlitsch has been a guest on my show previously to talk about his book Tomorrow and Tomorrow, a post apocalyptic novel based in Pittsburgh. When I first read that book, I knew I loved the way Thomas's mind worked. It was a twisted, nostalgic, murder mystery, thriller, that…
 
#108 Ready Player One Book to Movie Review I couldn't wait to release this one. Ready Player One is on of my all time favorite guilty pleasure books. I do not normally prefer audiobook over the feeling of holding a book in your hands, but I prefer the audiobook version of this read by Wil Wheaton. It is perfect in every way possible. When Ernest Cl…
 
#107 Lee Terbosic I haven't gotten together with one of my favorite magicians, Lee Terbosic since my 100th podcast party. That was months ago, and I needed to have him on to see what he has been hiding up his sleeve (No pun intended). Not only did he have the chance to meet AND perform magic for Michael J Fox, that alone had me in awe of him. He al…
 
#106 Chelsea Handler I love a person who speaks their mind freely, openly and without caring what others may think. When I conjure up an image in my mind who fits this description, it is Chelsea Handler. On one hand, Chelsea Handler is a hilarious comedian, TV talk host, writer, producer, and general jack of all trades. Which, by the way, does NOT …
 
#106 Weird Paul Opens Up His Home to Marta On The Move Do you love weird things? I do. It always peaks my interest when something, or someone sticks out from the normal every day hum drum life. This podcast guest is self proclaimed as being weird, it is even his name, and we are going to get to know him a little bit. His name is Weird Paul, and I g…
 
#104 Lindsey Smith- Author of Eat Your Feelings Sooooooo tell me what diet you are on for the new year. Not on one? Doubtful. No really, it isn't like I don't believe you. I just... don't. New year, new you, right? That's what we all hope for, that a new year we will stick to our goals. Lose that extra 5, 10 or 20 lbs we tacked on in 2017, or from …
 
#104 Aaron Kleiber Aaron Kleiber has been on my show once before when I hosted a charity event at Arcade Comedy. He is a hilariously funny human being, and is about to take to the stage once more to record a special one hour live comedy show here in Pittsburgh at the Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead on March 3rd. You should be there, it is being re…
 
102 The Do's and Don'ts of Voluntouring It is the start of a new year. To me, that means new plans, new travels, and new experiences. A clean slate. One of my favorite things to think on when the new year hits is TRAVEL. If you are a follower, you probably could have guessed that. ;) WHERE TO? This is a question I hear, and get asked quite a bit. I…
 
#101 Aaron Watson I mentioned that 2017 was all about collaborations, and I meant it. It totally was, and that is just the start. those connections branch off and become strong bonds with people that relate to whatever project, work, idea, or tiny creative spark you have going inside your head. Aaron Watson is one of those folk that I met in 2017 t…
 
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